Controls

A lighting control system is an intelligent network based on a solution that incorporates communication between various system inputs and outputs that are related to lighting control with the use of one or more central computing devices.

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Dimming Switches Occupancy Sensors
Photocell Control Switch Timer Switches & Controls

Dimming Switches
Dimmer switches are used to lower the brightness of a light. When the voltage waveform is changed and applied to the lamp, it makes it possible to lower the intensity of the light output. Dimmers range in size from small units the size of a light switch that is used for domestic lighting to high power units that are used in large theatre or architectural lighting installations. Modern dimmers are built from semiconductors because they have higher efficiency.

Occupancy Sensors
Occupancy sensors are most commonly referred to as “motion sensors” or “motion light sensors.” They use passive infrared, ultrasonic or combined multi-sensing technology. Occupancy Sensors provide automatic ON/OFF switching of lighting loads for enhance convenience. They also provide security and long-term energy savings. Occupancy sensors are the easiest energy saving method to lower utility costs. They turn lights on when a room is occupied and they turn them off when the room is vacant. The three types of occupancy sensors are passive infrared sensor, ultrasonic sensor and microwave sensor.

Photocell Control Switch
Photocell Control Switches can help you to reduce your energy usage through light sensing technology. Photocell Control Switches are compliant sensors that are used to precisely monitor either task or ambient light levels.

Timer Switches & Controls
A Timer Switch can be described as a timer that operates an electric switch controlled by the timing mechanism. The switch is connected to a circuit from mains power or it can be for lower-voltage circuits, including battery-operated equipment in vehicles.